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WATCH – Democrats For Trump President – Party Suffers From Trump Derangement *VIDEO* #Trump #Democrat #mentalillness

Trump derangement syndrome. It’s an ugly mental illness running rampant through the Democratic Party.

Symptoms include, ranting, raving, babbling CNN propaganda as factual, believing Hillary actually got the popular vote despite as many dead people are registered to vote as she “won” by, saying #Resist anywhere, accusing Trump of being a fascist or Nazi when it’s Democrats that are both, and a general inability to accept reality, as if wishing Trump away will work.

Now, the one kind of Democrat that can see the psychosis that grips the Democrats has come forward to speak about their fellow Democrats. A Democrat for Trump.

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The chairman of Democrats for Trump reacted to repeated calls for the president’s impeachment and obstructionist behavior by members of his party.

“I think it’s Trump derangement,” former New York City Council President Andrew Stein said on “Fox & Friends.”

Ed Henry played video of Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) introducing articles of impeachment and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) telling a crowd that President Trump’s motives and actions “are contemptible.”

“Impeach 45 every day,” she later said.

Stein said he doesn’t know why his fellow Democrats think Trump is a “bad guy.”

“The deep state – Clinton [and] Obama holdovers – they’re trying to delegitimize this president and they want to impeach him,” Stein said, calling the rhetoric “a big mistake.”

“It’s nonsense,” Stein said, praising Trump’s tax cut law and stating his hope that his fellow Democratic New Yorker, Sen. Charles Schumer, will help Trump with infrastructure legislation.

Stein, who also served as Manhattan Borough President, said Trump needs to continue to take his message directly to the people, expressing doubt in the media’s earnestness.

Watch more below.


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December 29th, 2017

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